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>> that's what's making news in america this morning. stay with us for "good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " elias: good morning iowa! i'm elias johnson... sabrina: and i'm sabrina ahmed. it's x:00 a-m on tuesday november third elias: good to have everyone with us! and it's great to have central iowa's most accurate forecast with meterologist sam schreier! hey sam! sam: (sam adlibs) sam (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib: after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions.
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highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. friday we will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to stay cool through the weekend with a big system forming up for the middle of next week where we will see more rain. elias:
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top five this morning.... elias: tense moments at last night's windsor heights city council meeting. residents spoke out against a potential fire department merger with clive. they say they're afraid windsor heights will begin to lose its identity ... and would rather pay the extra taxes to improve the services. city council ended up voting against the merger. sabrina: in the number two spot this morning... sabrina: a joint health policy oversight committee created by the iowa legislature will hear from governor branstad's administration, and the public during a hearing today. the focus will be on the governor's plan to privatize iowa's medicaid program. four out-of- state companies are set to take over the program by january 1st. elias: the third thing you need to know before you walk out the door... elias: airline officials
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say the russian jetliner suffered from "an external influence" before it broke apart and crashed saturday. while authorities didn't explicitly say a bomb or missile brought the plane down, they were clear the aircraft suffered no mechanical problem. the u.s director of national intelligence says while there is no direct evidence of any terrorist involvement yet... it couldn't be excluded that the plane was brought down by isis in sinai. sabrina: number four... sabrina: health officials number of by an e. coli to chipotle restaurants in state and oregon to grow while they investigate the cause of the infection. voluntarily and temporarily 17 hundred restraunts nearly two dozen people several hospitalized. elias: and finally in the top five... elias: a sunday meeting among representatives of the republican presidential candidates yielded a list of demands for
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future debates... but despite their displeasure with last week's c-n- b-c ran debate, at least three of the campaigns came out monday afternoon saying they would not sign on to the list of demands. the next debate is on november 10th in milwaukee. sabrina: styaing on the topic of elections...get ready to head to your local polling station today... sabrina: iowa voters will head to the polls for regular city elections...plus one special state election for a few communities... the polls open at seven this morning for you to cast your vote...most of the races will be for mayor or city council members. parts of woodbury and plymouth counties will take part in a special election to fill the vacant iowa house distice 5 seat. the position was left vacant after the resignation of chuck soderberg earlier this year. elias: new this morning...govern or terry branstad weighs in on the use of emminent domain...
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elias: the topic of emminent domain has become a controversial issue since the proposal for the bakken pipeline to cut through iowa.. farmers and landowners have become concerned that emminent domain will be used to secure the path for the pipeline which connects south dakota to illinois. governor terry branstad was asked his thoughts on using such a tactic. ""i think eminent domain should be used only sparingly. i think there are times that it may be appropriate, so don't say a blanket statement that eminent domain should never be used," said branstad. " elias: now, the iowa utilities board still has not given its final approval on the pipeline. they are holding another series of hearings to let the public weigh in on the topic. the next one is november 12th. sabrina: a public meeting will be held this week to help educate iowans about a growing pest in the state... sabrina: with almost thirty counties reporting infestations of the emerald ash borer, iowa officials are
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from spreading further... the iowa d-n-r, department of agriculture, and iowa state extension service will host a meeting thursday to discuss the invasive insect. experts will talk about how to invasive insect. experts will talk about how to identify the bug, treatment options, and more. the meeting is open to the public and will be held in red oak. elias: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs)
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sam: weather adlib: after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. friday we will start with mostly possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to weekend with a big the middle of next week where we will see more rain.
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a story we told you about in the sabrina: let's get back to you about in the top 5.. the wait continues for federal approval of governor terry branstad's plan to privatize iowa's medicaid system. the governor says the state will save 51- million dollars once the deal goes through... elias: numbers are one thing... real life is another. local five's chief political correspondent amanda krenz introduces you to a family that depends on medicaid services for the well being of their children.
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"with some help from his mom, it's time for jacob anderson to take his daily stroll through the neighborhood. talking if we have it))) it's part of a new routine, doctors orders after jacob's recent surgery to correct his scoliosis. jacob is no stranger to health services. the 16-year old has autism and is also intellectually disabled. 31:37 i have to have the best care for my son and get him the services he needs. jennifer anderson is able to get jacob, his medications, services, and therapies, through the help of their family's secondary insurance provider, medicaid. 13:38 there s no way we could manage what we need to manage without that assisstance. now that governor branstad has announced an overhaul of how the state run's its medicaid program, jennifer is worried about the changes it will mean for her family. specifically, the case worker that they've worked with for almost ten years who knows jacob's healthcare needs inside and out. 17:50 that means i'm losing amember of my family. she's been with me for so long, that is my biggest fear. jennifer says no matter what changes take place due to the governor's plan to privatize medicaid, she'll find a way to get jacob the services he needs. but it's hard to move forward with little information, families don't yet know what the new out-of-state companies that take over iowa's medicaid are going to offer.
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all the changes are supposed to take affect on january 1st. 31:47 i'm ok with changing plans, you have to give us information, we can't go into this blindly. in urbandale, amanda krenz, local five news, we are iowa. elias: now today will see the first hearing about the medicaid privatization plan... a health policy oversight committee will hear from branstad's
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administration, the companies tasked with taking over the program and the public. sabrina: and we want to know what you think. should the program be privatized? or could that risk the healthcare of iowans? let us know -- we may use your comments on-air. you can post you thoughts on twitter and facebook. or send us an email or give us a call . we'd love to hear what you think! the contact information is on your screen. elias: at ((time check))...we're going to take a short break but still have lots more good morning iowa still ahead.. sabrina: coming up, how a mascot hopes to change people's minds about a controversial issue... elias: but first...for those traveling county...be safe office has traffic vehicles at two one at the ...39- hundred block of northeast 108th street. the ...five- street. the roads today... sabrina traffic... [current good morning iowa continues
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"your wathcing good
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elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going
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to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. friday we will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to stay cool through the weekend with a big system forming up for the middle of next week where we will see more rain. sabrina: the beautiful-
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record breaking weather we had the beautiful- record breaking weather we had monday had plenty of peopl around the metro outside... elias: and for those who enjoy biking, west des moines who enjoy biking, west des moines is working to make it safer and easier for everyone. it's a project that's been in the works since 2011. the city signed off on the final phase of adding signage, based on new traffic patterns. jay morrison, west des moines resident: "intermingling the two is the hardest part, you know, because you're forced to go on busy roads every now and then, but that's okay." sabrina: there's more to do before the project is complete. they plan to add lighting to busy intersections and adjust some
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intersections and adjust some crossings. all: (reax) elias: time now for another short break... when we come back... how a push to legalize marijuana in
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"now, we are iowa's most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any
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records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. friday we will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to stay cool through the weekend with a big system forming up for the middle of next week where we will see more rain. sam toss back. elias:
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elias: it's a bird! it's... buddie the the organization responsible ohio... is using this mascot to inform people about an upcoming vote on whether or not marijuana should be legal in the state. this marijuana ballot is different than ones seen in other states. it marks the first time voters will decide to approve medical marijuana and recreational use at the same time. if approved, ohio residents could grow four plants for personal use. all:
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(reax) sabrina well time now for another short break... but when we come back... thnking about booking a flight for thanksgiving? we'll tell you the four things you need to know -- that may help your wallet. ...but first here's what happened last night on jimmy kimmel live.
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before thanksgiving or the sunday after. some experts suggest traveling thanksgiving day. not only can it save you money -- but a morning flight may get you on the ground in time for that turkey dinner. connecting flights may also help your wallet. also when determining your budget -- check baggage fees. sabrina: google x wants to add a drone delivery program called 'project wing.' the goal is to have drones deliver packages by 2017. drone programs have faced regulatory roadblocks from the government. both amazon and walmart are also looking into adding drone deliveries to their business model. sabrina that's a look at your money this morning... coming up after the break... sam's in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... but first... time for a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at euclid... [current conditions] good morning iowa returns after this.
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topping your headlines this morning... a crisis is hitting the nation, and it has a hefty price tag. students taking out more than they know to pay for an education. we'll meet an iowa man who's working on a way to help. elias: and the republican presidential debate rules, behind a recent list of demands for the next event., sabrina: and its back to the drawing board for a local fire department trying to deal with staff shortages. "you're watching good moring iowa in hd. we are iowa's most accurate weather team. good morning iowa starts now " sabrina thanks for joining us on your [day of week] morning, i'm sabrina ahmed. elias: and i'm elias johnson... elias: weather is always first on good morning iowa...
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in with central iowa's most accurate forecast... meteorologist sam schreier. sam: (adlib toss) sam weather adlib: after yesterday's weather adlib: after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the
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will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to stay cool through the weekend with a big system forming up for the middle of next week where we will see more rain. sabrina: our top story...tense moments at last night's city council meeting in windsor heights. sabrina: the community had its chance to speak about the possible merger of fire departments with clive... " i wanna keep windsor heights fire department in windsor heights."" sabrina: residents voiced opposition to the merger....saying they're afraid windsor heights will begin to
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lose its identity ... and they'd rather pay the extra taxes to improve the services they have now. city council ended up voting against the merger. officials in clive say the proposal was to help alleviate staffing issues at both departments. ""we're hoping at some point the need can be re established so we can come back to the table " sabrina: the mayor added they'll reassess their options ... see if there's anything they can adjust in their proposal. elias: the new president of the university of iowa hopes today will be quieter than his first... elias:: bruce harreld had his first day on the job monday....in a swirl of controversy. protesters chanted "resign" on the university of iowa pentacrest harreld is a former businessman with no academic administrative experience, and that's triggered fears across campus about possible cuts. herreld says he's well aware of the criticism surrounding his hire.
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"they're going to have a hard time figuring out how to move forward here, so i'm more concerned about them, what are they going to do, what's their option here? i'm here, started, here we go. " elias: president harreld says he's very concerned that some members of the campus concerned that some members of the campus community refuse to even meet with him sabrina: we're back with meterologist sam schreier... sam: (sam adlibs) sam: weather adlib:
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record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. friday we will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to stay cool through the
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system forming up for the middle of next week where we will see more rain. sabrina: this morning ben sabrina: this morning ben carson is ahead of donald trump in the latest national poll -- now the first or second choice of half of all republican voters. elias: while the campaigns duke it out over upcoming debate rules, many now saying they won't sign on to a plan that they agreed to just a night before. abc's lana zak has more. "they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderators... overnight. president obama poking fun at gop presidential candidates and their the republican debate demands... and after initially banding together, the republican alliance is coming apart at the seams.... donald trump says he prefers to negotiate for himself telling bloomberg tv sot "we should be like basketball players?go on strike... also refusing to sign on: john kasich, chris christie and carly fiorina, whose campaign has opted out of the debate controversy, and now ben carson,
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contenders, on the defensive when asked if his campaign-led debate reforms are backfiring.... anotehr poll shows carson in the lead. (fs) six-points ahead of trump nationwide. marco rubio is in third place with 11-percent. ted cruz and jeb bush... a rounding out the top five. (on cam) based on this poll, the same 10 candidates are likely to be on the main stage for the next debate, whatever form that takes? but the results are particularly concerning for gov. bobby jindal, who may not make even the undercard debate, with less than 1% support. lz abcn, w " sabrina at ((time check)) time for a short sabrina at ((time check)) time for a short break, when we
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a crisis hitting america.. elias: more and more are dealing with the burden of student loan debt.. right now americans owe more than a trillion dollars...and it is expected to grow.. sabrina: but before we go...as you get ready to start your day...be safe out on the roads.... des moines police will have mobile radar set up at two locations... one at the ....34- hundred block of 49th and a second at the....seven- hundred block of southeast sixth so use caution while driving.. elias: while we're at it... a quick look at traffic... this is i-235 at mlk... [current conditions] good morning iowa continues after this! "your wathcing good
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elias johnson, sabrina ahmed and we are iowas most accurate forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. this is good morning iowa." sam: weather adlib: after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon through the evening. friday we will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early
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morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps 50s. we are going to weekend with a big the middle of next see more rain. elias: crushed by the weight of their own education. america is in a student debt crisis. imagine taking out a mortgage size loan without knowing how much you'll owe month to month and what you'll be earning to pay for it. sabrina: that's the reality for the majority of american college students. they are broke...busted ... and disguted. local five's stephanie angleson takes a closer look at this problem...and how an iowa man is trying to change it.
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the american dream. it's promised that if you work hard...you'll make it. 10:15- (justin welsh- living with student debt) "we're always told go to college to get that better job that pays a bit more.' and justin welsh did just that. he did what most college bound kids do...he took out a federal loan... and went to grandview university.. graduating this spring with a degree in graphic journalism, 10:52 (justin welsh ) "at the end of my day, i'm happy i got my education. it's just unfortunate i have to go so far into debt in order to make that extra money." (add $50,000 graphic over video) that college degree put justin 50 thousand dollars into debt. he's got the bills to show it. he took a job outside his field of study, and he lives at home...sacrifices to make ends meet. 14:19 (justin) "you want to think about other things like buying a house...going travelling somewhere...really you have to constantly be thinking about your student debt." there are thousands of students every year like justin... and they are racking up mortgage like debt...before they even land their first real jobs...before the get their real first mortgage. (adam carroll, broke, busted and disgusted author) 1:58 "when i would ask them how much is 60k in debt over 10 years...how much would the payment be...i got blank stares. and many of them had at least that
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if not more.." adam carroll travelled the country for a decade...covering 500 college campuses. he's part of a team that just released this documentary called broke busted and disgusted... 15:46 (adam carroll) "we want to create a groundswell. if you don't believe this is an issue you need to wake up and smell the crazy glue." how big of an issue? (graphic over b-roll 1.3 trillion national / 12 billion iowa) according to the department of education...american students have 1.3 trillion dollars in debt. iowans make up nearly 12 billion of that. and unlike a car loan or a mortgage...students cannot refinance federal loans for a lower interest rate. that's something masachusettes senator elizabeth warren tried to change this spring. her bill didn't pass. it's also a hot issue on the campaign trail...vermont senator bernie sanders going as far as to propose completely free tuition. "so why has college tuition increased faster than inflation for decades? well that answer may be three fold. first..it simply costs more to supply things like internet and maintain buildings. and then there's what adam carroll calls administrator bloat
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with schools hiring more and more adjunct staff. and finally...with more competition for government dollars... support for higher education just isn't what it used to be. " (roberta johnson, director isu office of student financial aid) 44:39 "more of the burden of funding post secondary education is lying with the students and parents because there isn't as much federal and state support to keep those costs low." roberta johnson heads up isu's office of student financial aid...she's also on a national board that oversees one of the federal loans available to students. right now, there are several types of federal loans and repayment plans... she says streamlining all of them to one or two options could be less confusing ...and untimately end in a more financially savvy decision. but for now, she says approach higher education like a business deal... 55:01 "so just think critically about their options making sure that its something that once you're committed to you can actually follow through with." and that's something adam carroll echoes... (text over video.. "millenials 50%of workforce by 2020) according to pwc... millenials are poised to make-up over 50% of the workforce within 5 years...he says the country cannot afford to have an
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entire generation held "our goal is to have conversation at school classrooms thinking about how much will i owe if i pursue this degree went to community college or chose an apprenticeship instead." he adds there is a silver lining...more and more schools are recognizing this problem and working with students. but for the grads who are already out there...the damage is done. 8:45 (adam carroll) "there's a bit of a student loan depression out there and i hate to say that. but i've seen it. i've seen students just sort of resign themselves to the fact that they're gonna have this forever and they just have to get used to it." for now justin waits... waits for that dream job, waits to for his own place and all the things young adults think will be within reach after a college degree. he knows he's not alone...but that's little comfort . 14:05 (justin welsh) "it's always over my head. it's always in the back of my mind. it's something i'm constantly thinking about. it just never leaves you. sabrina:
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sabrina: adam and his
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team are doing a full rollout of the documentary, "broke busted at the beginning you can see it online now. website we are iowa dot com for a link to that video and other resources that can help you complex seas of student loans. elias: more good morning iowa here's abc's more good morning iowa ahead...but first here's abc's kendis gibson and reena ninan with america's money. america's money: good morning. topping "america's money"... more trouble for volksw hey, good morning topping "america's money" -- more trouble for volkswagen. >> accuse of cheating on diesel emissions tests for the second time. software to rig tests on 10,000
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new audis and porsches in the u.s. amazon going retro, opening a bookstore today, the first amazon book locations opens in seattle. >> each book will face out, today is national sandwich day and a couple of the major chains will help you celebrate. >> subway locations offering a free sub today to those buying a subway and a drink and at ashy's the classic roast beef sandwich, cost 99 cents. >> now you know our a lunch plans. and that's "america's money." >> have a great day, everyone. daddy gator couldn't push the throttle on his little boat any harder if he tried. he's beached here, gazing out on an unforgiving landscape. for while the people who come in here use quilted northern, a toilet paper that works so well they completely forget their experience...
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"i've got to motor out of here," he thinks. "this is no place to raise a child."
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forecast with meteorologist sam schreier. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" sam weather adlib: put script here in green after yesterday's record breaking high of 79 degrees, i'm sure many of you are wondering the same thing, how is this november! we are going to continue this warm weather again today, although i strongly doubt we will be breaking any records. expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies with warm and windy conditions. highs this afternoon will climb into the mid 70s and the winds will be out of the south between 10 and 20 mph. tonight we are going to have a low in the mid 50s with mild temps in the mid 50s. wednesday is going to be a partly cloudy day with highs a touch warmer but still in the mid 70s and a bit of a stronger south wind. thursday a cold front is going to bring through some rain and
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the evening. friday we will start with mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few early morning showers, but we'll dry out in the afternoon as temps plummet into the mid 50s. we are going to stay cool through the weekend with a big system forming up for the middle of next week where we will see more rain. sam
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elias: time for another short break here on good morning iowa .... a quick look outside as you get ready to start your day....when we return, a look at the top stories in our morning refresh. sabrina: : do you have a story for us...or a comment you want to share? well be sure to contact us. you can email us or call our newsroom... we're also on facebook.... "we are iowa local 5 news" and twitter "we
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break... "you're watching good morning iowa in hd. we are iowa." elias:: welcome back everyone....as we wrap up our first hour, let's take a quick look at the top stories... sabrina: we recap your headlines...in the morning refresh... sabrina: a plan to address staff shortages at two area fire departments doens't go over well with the community. elias: the governor's adminsitration prepares to discuss a medicaid privatization plan with an oversight committee today. elias: and chipotle finds itself shutting down dozens of stores after an outbreak of e- coli on the west coast. sabrina: sabrina: and despite coming together to discuss demands for future debates....not all republican presidential candidates support the list of requests. elias: time now for another short break... but when we come back... be sure to get your i voted sticker today, as the polls prepare to open in just over an hour. sabrina: plus sam's in with a look at your morning forecast! another full hour of good morning iowa... is right after this. " nexstar copyright"
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